Richmond superstar Monique Conti has been honoured with a mural painted in Richmond ahead of the Tigers' AFLW finals campaign.

The 22-year-old has continued her stellar AFLW form into season seven, averaging 21.7 disposals, 6.2 tackles and 3.9 clearances across her ten games played.

A three-time All-Australian, Conti is an instrumental figure in the quest for a yellow and black premiership, with a tough test against the Lions facing the Tigers first up.

The mural, which was painted by artist Danny Awes, can be found on Alfred Street, Richmond.

Richmond's matchup against Brisbane on Saturday holds even more meaning for Conti, with the qualifying final also doubling as her 50th game.

Not knowing the mural was going ahead as she prepared for Saturday's bout in Queensland, the Tigers ball magnet was surprised to see herself painted next to fellow Richmond star and No.4 Dustin Martin.

Originally making her debut with the Western Bulldogs in 2018, Conti then made her way to Richmond ahead of the 2020 AFLW season, where she has won three club best and fairest awards.

Richmond will face Brisbane at Metricon Stadium on Saturday, November 5, scheduled to begin at 4:10pm AEDT.